Inclusive Access Policy

1. Introduction

At SEE Change Happen Ltd, we are dedicated to promoting equality and ensuring inclusive access to all our marketing and learning materials. This policy outlines our commitment to developing and disseminating materials that reflect our dedication to inclusivity, diversity, and equal access to learning opportunities.

2. Scope

This policy applies to all marketing and learning materials produced and used by SEE Change Happen Ltd, including digital content, printed materials, presentations, and promotional assets.

3. Commitment to Inclusivity

Our commitment to inclusivity in marketing and learning materials is grounded in the following principles:

– Representation: Ensuring diverse representation in images, examples, case studies, and narratives.
– Accessibility: Creating materials that are accessible to people with varying abilities and learning preferences.
– Cultural Sensitivity: Being sensitive to cultural differences and avoiding stereotypes or biased representations.

4. Accessible Design

We adhere to the following practices in designing accessible materials:

For Digital Content:
– Ensuring website accessibility in line with WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines).
– Providing alternative text for images and using screen-reader friendly formats.
– Offering materials in various formats (audio, video, text) to suit different learning styles and needs.

For Printed Materials:
– Using clear, readable fonts and high-contrast colour schemes.
– Providing materials in large print or Braille upon request.
– Ensuring physical materials are easy to handle and navigate.

For Audio and Visual Materials:
– Including subtitles or captions for all video content.
– Providing transcripts for audio materials.
– Using clear, concise language and avoiding unnecessary jargon.

5. Continuous Learning and Feedback

– We engage in continuous learning and improvement, staying updated with best practices in inclusive design.
– Regular feedback is sought from diverse groups of delegates to ensure our materials meet their needs and preferences.

6. Training and Development

– Our team receives ongoing training in inclusive marketing and educational material design.
– We ensure that external collaborators and contractors are aligned with our inclusivity standards.

7. Promotion of Inclusive Learning

– We promote learning environments where every delegate feels valued and respected.
– Our materials are designed to cater to a wide range of learning needs and styles, ensuring equal access to information and learning opportunities.

8. Monitoring and Evaluation

– We regularly monitor the effectiveness of our materials in promoting inclusivity and equal access to learning.
– Adjustments and improvements are made based on delegate feedback and emerging inclusive practices.

9. Complaints and Suggestions

– Delegates are encouraged to provide feedback or raise concerns regarding the inclusivity of our materials.
– We ensure a prompt and considerate response to any complaints or suggestions.

10. Policy Updates

This policy may be updated periodically to reflect changes in our practices or regulatory requirements. Delegates will be notified of any significant changes.

11. Contact Information

We welcome any questions, comments and requests regarding this Inclusive Access Policy and should be emailed to

This policy is effective as of 01 December 2023.

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